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Send on Tuesday mate, good as gold, so you can enjoy natural sounding Taylor Swift for 4 more days wink_face.gif

Well, along with that, I don't really want to send them during Easter rush, mail gets backed up, chances for hicupps become higher percentage. I'll make it D marc0's final call but I'm leaning in your direction.
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Well, along with that, I don't really want to send them during Easter rush, mail gets backed up, chances for hicupps become higher percentage. I'll make it D marc0's final call but I'm leaning in your direction.

Tuesday is ideal mate... Good call!
post #63 of 121

Hi I just arrived to Brisbane recently, i would like to know if there is any brisbane head-fier in here? 

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Package has been received safely.

 

I love the build, absolutely marvelous, this thing is built like a tank

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I especially like the cable. They don't look the part but they feel really well built and the suppleness is just the best I've tried as far as custom cables go.

post #66 of 121
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I especially like the cable. They don't look the part but they feel really well built and the suppleness is just the best I've tried as far as custom cables go.

Yeah, the cable is awesome. It looks like it's braided! 

 

Stock IEM cables will always be easier to use than custom cables. They are thinner and usually more flexible. 

post #67 of 121
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I especially like the cable. They don't look the part but they feel really well built and the suppleness is just the best I've tried as far as custom cables go.

 

Yep, absolutely agreed, certainly better quality than all of the standard replaceable cable that I ever got

post #68 of 121

Any sound impressions? 

 

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Package has been received safely.

 

I love the build, absolutely marvelous, this thing is built like a tank

post #69 of 121
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Any sound impressions?

 

 

A couple of reviews/impressions will be posted soon... so stay tuned! :wink_face:

post #70 of 121
Really enjoyed all of your feedback! Thanks.
I am thinking of buying the Noble 4 for my first audiophile earphone.
I am using iPod. 5's for the past few months. blink.gif
I listen to Alt. Rock, Alt Folk,, Alt Country, Alt J to The War On Drugs,
So I don't need a ton of bass, just sweet mids , nice highs and tight bass
What do you think guys?
Thanks, Todd
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Originally Posted by Stlrman View Post

Really enjoyed all of your feedback! Thanks.
I am thinking of buying the Noble 4 for my first audiophile earphone.
I am using iPod. 5's for the past few months. blink.gif
I listen to Alt. Rock, Alt Folk,, Alt Country, Alt J to The War On Drugs,
So I don't need a ton of bass, just sweet mids , nice highs and tight bass
What do you think guys?
Thanks, Todd

 

Based on the genres that you mentioned, the Noble 4 will suit you well especially with a warm source. Normally I used it with the Colorfly C3 + JDSlabs C5 combo because I am into detail and clarity. However, when paired directly to my iPod touch 5th gen, the lush full sound from the mids coupled with the added warmth from the bass sounds great to my ears.

 

There will be a few more reviews to be posted very soon so stay tuned if you need more info on the Noble 4.

 

Cheers!

post #72 of 121
Thanks d marc0!
I have a few questions. Maybe the Noble 3 would be plenty to make me super happy?
Anybody that can compare the two for me?
I plan to run earphones direct from my iPhone 3, iPad , and from computer. Is the 3 and 4 sensitive enough to run loud and clear from these sources ?
Thanks very much !! Todd
post #73 of 121
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Originally Posted by Stlrman View Post

Thanks d marc0!
I have a few questions. Maybe the Noble 3 would be plenty to make me super happy?
Anybody that can compare the two for me?
I plan to run earphones direct from my iPhone 3, iPad , and from computer. Is the 3 and 4 sensitive enough to run loud and clear from these sources ?
Thanks very much !! Todd

 

The 4 is quite sensitive... I don't get pass 60% volume directly out of the iPod touch 5th gen.

Unfortunately I have not heard the N3. You may want to ask the guys at the Noble thread; I'm quite sure someone can answer your question.

post #74 of 121
Thanks D marc0 !
Do you own these? Or are you one of the folks on the tour?
post #75 of 121
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Originally Posted by d marc0 View Post

The 4 is quite sensitive... I don't get pass 60% volume directly out of the iPod touch 5th gen.
Unfortunately I have not heard the N3. You may want to ask the guys at the Noble thread; I'm quite sure someone can answer your question.

If u like ur music to have a nice deep rumble, the n3 is more suitable, but if u place a higher value on clarity, then n 4 would be the better choice between the two

Dr. John Moulton

Here at Noble, we craft some of the finest universal and custom in-ear monitors available today. 

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